🌱 Yeshiva Goes Remote + Street Parking Ban Near UBS Arena

Happy Wednesday, people of Five Towns! Here's everything you need to know going on locally today.

First, today's weather:

A.M. mist; otherwise, cloudy. High: 48 Low: 46.

Here are the top five stories today in Five Towns:

  1. Street parking was banned by UBA Arena in Elmont, after residents complained about vehicles blocking driveways and visitors being disruptive. (News 12)

  2. Rambam Mesivta officials told parents that the boys yeshiva high school in Lawrence will be fully remote until today after COVID-19 and flu cases led to a high number of students being remote. (LI Herald)

  3. Two Nassau County residents were killed in a car crash in New Jersey around 3 a.m. on Monday. Richard Dennelly, age 73, and Maria Schellberg, age 55, both of Great Neck, were hit. by an SUV in Knowlton Township in northwestern New Jersey. (Daily Voice)

  4. Seviroli Foods Inc., based in Garden City, announced on Sunday that it is recalling Aplenty Rotini with Plant-Based Bolognese Meal Kit because the product contains milk, which wasn't listed on the ingredient list and is a possible allergen. (Daily Voice)

  5. The three most expensive home sales in Freeport last month ranged from $630,000 to $705,000. Number one was a four-bedroom, three-bath split-level at 39 Hamilton St. that sold for $705,000. (Subscription: Long Island Business News)

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Today in Five Towns:

From my notebook:

  • Nassau County Police Department shares mug shots of wanted felony and misdemeanor criminal offenders who reside in, or have committed crimes in, Nassau County. (Facebook)

  • Bruce Blakeman criticized the new UBS Arena and its lack of a parking garage. "I think the state did a real injustice to the people of Elmont," he said. (EyesonIsles.com)

  • Nextdoor Neighbor, Inwood: "Anyone’s outdoor Christmas decorations stolen recently? Our outdoor decorations were stolen last night." (Nextdoor)

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This article originally appeared on the Five Towns Patch